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Health accessories have become more popular inrecent years, as major sports figures like RubensBarrichello and our own Datuk Lee Chong Weigive their endorsement.
PETALING JAYA: Top Glove Bhd and Tillotson Corp of the United States have reached a settlement whereby all claims in the action against Top Glove Sdn Bhd, TG Medical Sdn Bhd and TG Medical (USA) Inc (Top Glove companies) and any and all counterclaims in this action against Tillotson will be dismissed with each party bearing its own costs, expenses and attorney's fees.
A KAJANG Square, estimated to cost RM5.5mil, will be built in place of the Kajang Stadium.
WASHINGTON: Norwegian firm BioProtein Engineering AS plans to invest US$200mil (RM600mil) over three years to set up a plant in Malaysia producing high-protein feed for the aquaculture industry.
THE implementation of Basel III (from 2013) has prompted some banks to opt for the Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) which enables them to maintain high payouts without denting their capital as dividends are paid in new shares rather than in cash.
TITAN Petrochemicals and Polymers Bhd, which has invested a total of RM5.5bil in its petrochemical facilities in Johor to date, plans to spend a further US$70mil (RM266mil) in the next two to three years to increase capacity and product range.
SIME Darby Bhd reported yesterday an 11.3% higher pre-tax profit, helped mainly by a strong surge in palm oil products prices, which had boosted earnings from the group's plantation sector.
MALAYSIAN corporates made tentative steps into China in the early part of its economic boom in the 1990s, but were unable to make headway, with some reporting losses, especially property developers.
THIS has been an unusually bad year Top Glove Corp Bhd. It's particularly unusual because Top Glove has not seen a bad year from the time it was listed on Bursa Malaysia's second board in 2001. It graduated to the main board in 2002.
TOP Glove Corp Bhd plans to spend between RM50mil and RM80mil over the next four to five years to set up 80 production lines in its second plant in China, said executive chairman Datuk Dr Lim Wee Chai.